Safed schools to remain closed Tuesday due to storm damage

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December 16, 2013 18:07

 
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The Safed Municipality announced Monday that schools will remain closed Tuesday due to the damages, toppled trees, loose power lines, and fallen canopies left behind by the snowstorm at several educational institutions.

The Hebrew University in Jerusalem also announced that the university would remain closed Tuesday due to the uncertainty of public transportation in the city.

Meanwhile, as of Monday afternoon the Jerusalem Municipality has yet to announce whether children will resume classes on Tuesday.

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